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. gerri: we have a long way to go. we have to go. come back to talk about your book ann coulter. >> i will in a couple of weeks. gerri: excellent. it a new warning about our nation's debt. it will be announcement of qe-3 do more harm than good? but look at what many are calling a sugar high for investors coming up next gerri: a new warning today from moody's credit rating agency. it says america is rating will be downgraded again unless congress gets its act together quickly. how speaker john boehner threw cold water on that prospect this afternoon by saying that a deal is a long way off. for some analysis now, jeffrey miron. welcome back to the show. all right, what you make of this? >> it's great to be here. gerri: do you think that movies will downgrade us again? >> i suspect that they well. i think it is going to be very hard for the two sides to come to any meaningful order substantive agreement. we are going to get another stalemate. gerri: here is what movies said. the rating outlook assumes a relatively orderly process for the increase in statutory debt limit. these people don
. >> caller: i just want to ask y'all a question, why haven't you gotten ann coulter on the show yet. >> stephanie: i did that once years ago, it was enough. >> scarborough: oh, sweet jesus! >> stephanie: oh, suite jesus. and can i be the official comic book artist for the "stephanie miller show." [ bell chimes ] >> very cool. >> stephanie: yeah awesome. ann coulter doesn't believe anything she says. >> you used to be friends with her. >> stephanie: i did not. she used to invite me out to dinner with a bunch of other republican folks back when i -- >> and she figured out when she says crazy things she gets at attention. >> stephanie: that's right. and tbone writes ann coulter is too much man for me. that's true. joel welcome. >> caller: thank you. i wanted to talk about how the gop must be feeling right now with the congressional races, and the fact that their candidate is not only imploding, but he is really creating problems for them in other races. >> stephanie: yeah, that's to me the big story now. i have to say. the presidential race is pulling away -- pulling ou
. she is a political commentator, ann coulter. her best-selling book "demonic" telling about her mid70s exer civil is now available in paperback. fire ants are now called jedediah ants. it is jedediah bila. her name is in there twice. boy, we are off to a rough start. in china it is considered a spring rule, my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and if hilarity was a beer pong i would do him with the frat boys every wednesday. he is performing in irvine, california, a great city. >> lots of room to spread out, especially in the comedy club. >> home of steven spielberg? >> yes. >> yes, he went to uc irvine. a fact that really has no meaning. so this is our first show back after a two-week break. "red eye" was bumped for the news of the convention. but we want to give our take on what happened both in tampa and charlotte. so we will go live now to political correspondent michael michael son who was at both events for a recap. of course, witherage there was a slight tape delay, so bear with us. i will go to michael now. michael, it is greg. what did you learn in tampa and charlotte? >> hi, g
strapped city on a 30% pay hike. a 25% pay raise over two years. with more on this, we have ann coulter author of the book, mother, racial demagoguery from obama. that comes out september 25. would he make of this. i'm supposed to feel better now? >> this is what the fight has turned into in obama's backyard in chicago. meanwhile, they ranked chicago public school students only 79% of eighth graders are proficient in reading, 80% in math. they are making twice what the average chicago resident is making. that is before benefits. besides the fact that they only work eight months a year and until 2:00 p.m. there is. >> they are the smart parents who want to send their kids to the charter schools and private schools lock rahm emanuel does. gerri: i find it amazing that we are not talking about performance. you mentioned a variety of metrics. 39.4%, that's the lowest it has ever been. only 60% of high school students stay in class. where is the fight? don't need to be doing better for chicago and chicago students and parents? >> oh, yes, but everything the government gets its hands on is up
-- >> ann coulter would turn out to be right. >> stephanie: if the election were held tomorrow, it would be a problem. there is a lot of ground to cover in the next 42 days. oh, yes, there is! >> he covers a lot of ground. >> stephanie: yes, he does. >> he shaves a lot of ground, too. >> slut. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: no matter where you look, the cbs news, "new york times," best news for obama just out today. the "national journal" though writing rates are stabilizing for obama. remains remarkably stable which is good news for president obama and bad news for mitt romney and republicans. leading democratic and republican pollsters now strategists privately say the obama lead is around 4 or 5 points. it has been holding pretty much steady. north carolina and new hampshire look about even right now. virginia, some are saying obama is up by a point or so. others say by as many as four. it just depends on what poll you're looking at. he's ahead in this one. florida poll results range from
that that is at the center of all of this. >> stephanie: all right. ann coulter. >> the way liberals have treated blacks like children we don't owe the homeless, we don't owe feminists, but that's what the left has become -- >> immigrant rights are not civil rights? >> no, i think civil rights are for black. >> wow. >> and that's on abc this week right? >> yeah. they keep inviting her back. >> it's like -- media matters we don't waste a lot of time complaining about the sunday talk -- but it's like really? is this impeachment 1996 is that what we need ann coulter to explain to us. she puts out these right-wing books, and the same 10,000 people buy them. this election, all of it it is irrelevant. so they just have her on to say something stupid like this. so you mean civil rights for blacks is not based on treating blacks like children. >> it has nothing to do with it. she is clueless. she doesn't even know what she is talking about. >> stephanie: eric holder. thank you for helping us wade through it as usual. >> bye-bye. >> stephanie: i heard about a right-wing writer he doesn't know
, my book, in my book, there's a blurb from ann coulter, from ron paul, from mike huckabee, all of whom who are actual friends of mine, and this idea that you can't be friends with somebody because you have great political differences, in 12 years, when we did hannity & colmes, we certainly had our differences but whatever we did was for the good of the show and our differences were never personal, they were always political and look, we all have in our families people with whom we disagree but we love them anyway. at the end of each chapter i have the talking points, when you're with uncle charlie and he argues about your point of view you have comebacks for him. we all love people in our families. my sister-in-law is monica crowley, a political commentator on the right, i'm married to monica's sister. i love her, i love my mother-in-law who makes monica look like a liberal. the fact is it shouldn't be personal, we shouldn't judge people based on their political views. host: and in fact you have praise po ronald reagan. guest: ronald reagan stood his ground and ronald reagan, at the en
to. it's the same with ann coulter she's attacked for the looks, hairing with weight. since we're talking about looks to notice the remarkable improvement over the years in the physical charges of women in the political realm. consider for a moment betty ferdan. one of the first feminist to emerge in the early '60s. now fast forward 2012 consider skeet writer se. quite a difference, won't you say. there was nothing that matched the media elite to the sarah palin. sudden of course until you consider the fact she was the normally popular sitting governor in the largest state in america. that the barack obama bothered no one in the mainstream media. he a rÉsume reed thin with double space and extra large fontd it could barely take up a page. [laughter] [applause] >> and my cracker jack research team got their hands on that document on barack obama's rÉsume. back in 2007, when he was looking to ditch the senate gig and move up in life. let me read a little bit for you. objective leader of the free world. experience, 2005, 2007 u.s. senator. in the job description he wrote, talked
in florida. you still think there isn't any media bias? ann coulter, i think she's on the fence about that. i can't wait to see what she concludes. she'll be out shortly. in 90 seconds at that rate. if she picks it out bob... oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't let 'em see what you're drinking. you know, i'm glad we're both running a nice, clean race. no need to get nasty. here's your "honk if you had an affair with taylor" yard sign. looks good. [ male announcer ] fedex office. now save 50% on banners. >> brian: headlines now. we're learning students in chicago could be back inside the classroom tomorrow. the associated press reporting both sides are optimistic about negotiations going on right now. talks continue today. >>> thousands of teachers will remain on the picket line for the fourth day. the teachers union wants bigger salaries and more benefits and chan
with the coverage of president obama and mitt romney. ann coulter comes in and just four years old but quick thinking move to call 911 saved her mom. we'll meet her just ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i need a hero ♪ can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. resulting in unexpected power and agility. introducing the all-new, all-powerful gator rsx 850i. sixty-two horsepower, a fully independent multilink suspension and a top speed of 53 miles per hour. it's a whole new species of gator. see just how much the gator has evolved at johndee.com/gator. >>. >> alisyn: are we seeing media bias in the election coverage? here is a recent poll results. shows 47% of people they believe that they are spending more time defending the president than bashing romney. >> th ann coulter joins us tomorrow. she is eight time best selling author. >> can you give somebody else a chance. [ laughter ] >> i have a lot to say. >> we talked about this yesterday on the show.
mitt romney. i think ann coulter had it right, when she said that if mitt romney is picked the republicans will lose. yeah, he is trying to buy the election, he just happens to be unelectable. and the first victims of citizens united are not liberals, but republicans. those who may have liked rick santorum or newt gingrich and their votes didn't matter because they were buried in this competition. it's the social conservatives who are the first victims of citizens united. i telecom medians what i tell republicans. i know it's not the guy you wanted, it's not ideal, but you are stuck with him. if mitt romney is going around saying things like barack obama is apologizing to america, and last week saying that barack obama was apologizing for the attackers. and reince preibus, you know what you get what you take the vowels of reince preibus. pncprbs. >> no. >> john: maybe it's not a lie. it's just ignorance, but they made barack obama look terrific last week by coming out and saying that the house with was apologizing. once more on september 11th annive
, but there were plenty of fire works on the view when ann coulter and woopy goldberg got into a real shouting match. >>> if you are going to talk about race, at least, at least know what you are talking about. at least know what you are talking about. >> what don't i know. >> tell me what you know about being black. >> fireworks erupt between woopy goldberg and ann colter. >> your facts are a little shaky. >> happened while coulter was plugging her new book, racial department goingory from the 70s to obama. in it she lls white liberals racists. >> i don't think liberals cared about black people. democratic segregationist were all about democrats and lie they were conservative democrats -- >> segregationist darlen and they -- everybody was. white people were, they have -- didn't matter if they were republicans or not. >> the first -- >> next time we will sit down with ann coulter and ask her why things got heated. >>> they can out this image of a young man walking around the streets carrying a rocket launcher. this is not in the middle east. it's phoenix, arizona. and turns out it was all just
the story. they basically -- he was talking to ann coulter as if those two were national security experts. there were going with the same line as if the actual attack on the embassy had happened before the statements from the embassy. the embassy statement was to quell the growing protests. they had gotten local press reports that people were disturbed by the video. the statement was "we in america do not approve of religious intolerance." the core of what the romney campaign responded to was a lie. hillary clinton had condemned the attacks on the embassy before mitt romney even made his first a man. so much misinformation. -- before mitt romney even made his first statement. it is frightening i am hearing callers call and and try to skew out the party line which is so amateurish and dangerous for national security. host:patti, what do you think the u.s. response should be? caller: i think the appropriate measures have been taken. the response now will be that the president will make sure to work the libyan intelligence officials and find the actual people that killed the ambassador. it w
that are being published this week. ann coulter presents her thoughts on race in the united states in "mugged." michael gordon, a chief military correspondent for "the new york times" and journalist and retired marine corps lieutenant general bernard treynor in "the endgame." in "ike's bluff: president eisenhower's secret battle to save the world," evan thomas recounts the tenure of president dwight eisenhower. dakota meyer and former assistant secretary of defense ben west recount the or first medal of honor to a marine in over three decades in "into the fire." janet wallich recounts the life of eddie green who made her fortune on wall street in the early 20th century in "the richest woman in america." in "our sarah: made in alaska," sarah palin's father and brother tell their personal stories of the former vice presidential candidate. a collection of recordings from july 1962 of president kennedy in conversation from to value office and the cabinet room in "listening in: the secret white house recordings of john f. kennedy." look for these titles in bookstores this coming week, and watch fo
of what's going on. ashley: it's a gamble though. tracy: jerry willis, what have you got tonight? >> ann coulter tonight, we'll be talking about the chicago teachers' strike, and i think this 9/11 story is not getting the attention it deserves. the morning shows, some of them didn't pay any attention to it, they were doing celebrity interviews instead, so we're going to take them to task, we're going to talk about that tonight. ashley: all right. tracy: 6 and 9 p.m., "the willis report." thanks, gerri. ashley: moody's is warning the u.s. it could lose its aaa debt rating. elizabeth macdonald with e. mac's bottom line. >> that's right, tracy and ashley. moody's is saying it will likely downgrade the u.s. by one notch if the u.s. lawmakers down there in washington, d.c. don't get their act together on the federal deficit can which now surpasses 100% of the nation's economy. the u.s. economy's only growing, you asked this earlier, by less than $260 billion a year. now they've got $16 trillion in debt. there are two things that moody's wants to see out of washington, d.c.. first of all, what
's memoir backfire? >> it's a humiliating memoir. probably most of all. >> author ann coulter has written nine books. she said that celebrity authors aren't usually hurt by their revelations. >> and i just turned to him and said you're so hot. and he practically jumped in my arms. >> john's ex rielle hunter, faced a backlash initially after her memoir. >> were you a bad parent? >> it looks like it, doesn't it? >> maria is probably happy because she's sticking to him for all he's worth. >> he's hopeful that they'll reconcile. he writes -- you can call this denial, but it's the way it works. >>> let's just move on to "star watch." >>> matt's pay cut. new york. >> i'm matt lauer alongside savannah guthrie. >> "today" viewership falling. fueling rumors that matt lauer may be asked to take a pay cut from his reported $25 million contract. but nbc telling "the insider," quote, there's absolutely no truth to this. >>> now, news that msnbc's willie geist is being drafted to bring some of his humors to "today's" 9:00 a.m. hour. >> he's handsome, he's likable. he's a straight shooter. >> wonderwall
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